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As far as camera techniques go, it just uses the same, common, existing shots several times (it could just be a simple motionless long shot, or tracking/panning and coming to a halt; but just used in different examples). If you're looking for mindblowing innovation, this is not it. I guess when I heard the term "camera techniques", I had the wrong expectation of thinking it would be several camera tricks.

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You've read all the screenwriting books. Attended the writer's workshops. You've got that great, perfectly-formatted script for your Sundance debut film. However, you haven't seen "The Red and the White," yet. The Red and the White is by far one of the most remarkable films coming out of Hungary's late Sixties. The cinematography is excellent, the story is tight and should be seen as a treat for any expert or novice of filmmaking. 4Stars.

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